Pumpkin Wrap-Up and a Candy Corn Freebie

We finished up our pumpkin fun Friday by reading Spookley the Square Pumpkin. My kids loved the book and did a good job thinking of words to describe Spookley. After, we made our own Spookley pumpkins and wrote about them. We also watched the movie, which I picked up at Target, and it was really cute.

We also used our 9 Pumpkins song with our beads and fuzzy sticks to practice decomposing the number 9. This works so well for my kids since it is such a hands on way for them to visualize the different number combinations.

This week, we'll be squeezing in a little bit of bat fun as well as using my sequencing pack when we read The Little Old Lady Who Wasn't Afraid of Anything and There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat. You can get the pack on sale here until midnight.

Graphics are KPM Doodles and fonts are from Hello Literacy
We'll also be doing lots of fun Halloween activities and partying on Wednesday. We are going to graph 3 different kinds of candy corn {regular, caramel, and green apple}. You can click on the picture below for your free copy of the graph.
Have a great week friends!


  1. I love all of your ideas! Thanks for the freebie! So fun! :)

  2. Absolutely love those little spookley's!!!! Too cute!

    Beg, Borrow, Steal

  3. where did you get/make the writing paper you used for the Spookley sentences?


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